David Prologo, Emory University Updated 1:02 pm, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 (The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) David Prologo, Emory University (THE CONVERSATION) Imagine that you are running a company, but you cannot get to your goal because all of your good workers keep quitting. For 30 years, your response to this problem has been to criticize the workers and say they are stupid and weak for quitting. As a result, you never reach your goal. You don’t change your formula or alter your plan, just keep blaming and shaming the workers for quitting. If you did this, your failure rate would remain unchanged over time, of course, and you would never reach your goal. Latest videos Now Playing: Now Playing France strikes expected to cost hundreds of millions for public companies Euronews Equal Pay Day Fox35 Orlando Mattis: US Hasn’t Ruled Out Military Action Against Assad Daily Press Anti-Sinclair Deadspin montage scheduled to air in ad on Sinclair stations The Baltimore Sun Migration dominates in run-up to Hungary’s election Euronews Bill banning Louisiana teens from buying assault style guns gaining steam WDSU SpaceX Launches Iridium Satellites Associated Press Rep. Steve… Read full this story
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